You know how I feel about Unicorn Spit as stain, glaze, or even paint (see this post). But even after learning of it’s magical non-toxic properties, I never considered using it as FINGER PAINT until seeing Michelle’s Facebook LIVE where she was demonstrating her ‘Aura Blast’ technique. I had a light bulb moment and decided this would be a super fun ‘turkey’ kids craft for the girls around Thanksgiving!
I’ve been secretly looking forward to it ever since having this idea, and even tried it out myself just to see how it would work and how the colors would blend. I made a quick video to show you the steps… because this is one tutorial that’s more easily demonstrated on video than in pictures! Supply list and cute pictures further down in this post!
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Supplies for Thanksgiving Turkey Kids Craft
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- Piece of plywood (ours was cut to 9×12)
- Unicorn Spit
- Cotton cloth (we used an old cut up t-shirt)
- Small paint brushes
Here’s an example of what your finished product will look like!
Your kids’ finished product will be a special version of perfection. And we embrace that so hard around here.
These slabs of wood were thin enough to slide perfectly into our Easily Interchangeable Kids Art FRAME, and I popped it up on the picture ledge in the living room!
My girls love being creative, and this activity was ALL THE THINGS they love! If you give it a try, be sure to tag me @RealityDaydream on social media, or hashtag #RealityDaydream so I can seeeeee! <3